Turn your boring old flash drive into a piece of aweome Geekware. I used a mold of Han in Carbonite. I was inspired by Enter The USB and the like. I get cool ideas from HackNMod.com and (of course) Instructables!
A flash drive
Something to put the flash drive into (a supercool mold of Han Solo in Carbonite, for example)
Something to attach it with (epoxy, duct tape, etc.)
Knife (or something else sharp and pointy)
Scissors (to make the drive fit in the case)
Step 1: Get your flash drive
Obtain a flash drive. This can be done at any office supply or computer store.
**NOTE**: I am not in any way to be held liable for your actions, and/or any injury or destruction of property that may occur.
Step 2: Open 'er up!
Take a knife (I'm using a standard knife I have from when I was in the Boy Scouts) and try to find the "seam", or the place where the plastic is fused together on the drive. Usually found along the sides. Once you've found it, place the sharpest and pointiest knife (or other thing, such as a letter opener) along the seam and press diagonally through the plastic. Eventually you should hear a cracking sound as your blade penetrates the plastic. With the point inside the plastic, work the knife back and forth (slowly and carefully!) along the side of the drive. Work it all the way around until all the plastic either comes off on its own or is easy to snap off. Mine snapped off after going only about half way.
Step 3: Find some kind of case
I personally used a plastic action figure mold of Han Solo in Carbonite to house my flash drive. Pretty much anything that it will fit into without being A. Too small or B. Too heavy will work. Mine was a little on the large side, but that's fine because it was extremely light.